Men's Basketball freep.com —  The transfer who might play right away might be better off sitting out a year. The one who will sit for sure is happy about it, but there’s little doubt he’d help Michigan State right now. All three incoming freshmen could be assets for the retooled 2014-15 Spartans to varying degrees. And Denzel Valentine has them all pegged.
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Football mlive.com —  Elsworth didn't get a call back after mini camp with the Washington Redskins, but the CFL's Montreal Alouettes maintained interest in him and after a tryout last week signed him on Tuesday.
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Football detroitnews.com —  It’s hard to imagine a college football season at Michigan State as highly anticipated as the one beginning in a few weeks. The Spartans are coming of one of their most successful seasons, winning the Big Ten championship and the Rose Bowl en route to a record 13 victories. And with the core of the offense and several defensive playmakers returning, hopes are high.
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Men's Basketball freep.com —  It's a little too early to suggest Michigan State running back commit Larry Scott will be the next Adrian Peterson. But his high school coach, Brian Hoffman of Hubbard High in Northeast Ohio, would agree that Scott's running style resembles that of the star Minnesota Vikings tailback.
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Football mlive.com —  Michigan State senior Taiwan Jones was still settling into new and broadened duties as the Spartans' middle linebacker when he last took the field at the annual Green-White spring game, but Jones' experience and upside was enough to land him a spot on the 51-man Butkus Award preseason watch list.
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Football isportsweb.com —  This year there is no doubt that it is Connor Cook’s team from the start. The only thing to be decided in fall camp is who will be the number two quarterback behind Cook and how the Spartans will use Damion Terry. Here is a breakdown of what each brings to the table:
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Football espn.go.com —  The Spartans had six receivers or tight ends finish with 17 or more receptions and six players with multiple touchdown receptions in 2013. Five of those players are back as only wide receiver Bennie Fowler, MSU's leader in receiving yards (622) and receiving touchdowns (6), departs. Tony Lippett and Macgarrett Kings lead the group after combining for 87 receptions last year. Aaron Burbridge and Keith Mumphery also return along with tight end Josiah Price, who emerged late last fall. DeAnthony Arnett finally could be ready to contribute. Good depth here.
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Football spartannation.com —  In order to meet the criteria set forth by Allstate and the AFCA, each player must be actively involved and committed to working with a charitable organization or service group while maintaining a strong academic standing. Discuss »
Men's Soccer spreaker.com —  Jack and Joe Rexrode talk soccer with goalkeeper with league champion Lansing United and MSU junior standout, Zach Bennett.


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Football spreaker.com —  Jack talks with four-star running back from Hubbard High in Northeast Ohio, one of the top-rated players in the state, L.J. Scott, MSU's newest verbal commitment for 2015.


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Baseball msuspartans.com —  Michigan State baseball associate head coach Mark Van Ameyde has been named head coach at Eastern Michigan, it was announced by the school on Tuesday. Van Ameyde spent six years on the Spartan staff under head coach Jake Boss Jr.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State junior Connor Cook is among five Big Ten quarterbacks on the preseason watch list for the Davey O’Brien Award.
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Football spartannation.com —  This will be the deepest offense MSU has had since Dantonio arrived. The question marks at most positions have to simply do with growing up and maturing. This team has a chance to be special and be in the national title hunt. This team must embrace that early and police themselves. Will they rise to the occasion?
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Men's Basketball mlive.com —  Adreian Payne and Gary Harris continued to have mixed results on Wednesday night as they transition to the professional ranks playing in the NBA summer league in Las Vegas.
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Football detroitnews.com —  Michigan State hosted two of Indiana’s top rising juniors on Tuesday when Fort Wayne (Bishop Luers High) wide receiver Austin Mack and Fort Wayne (Wayne High) defensive end Auston Robertson came to town. Mack, a skilled and physical 6-foot-2, 205-pound Scout 300 member, left with an offer. “It was an honor,” he told Spartan Digest’s Mike Wilson. “(Coach Dantonio) is a really good dude and respected. He was really cool and talked to me about some things. I heard he is the type of guy you can learn a lot of things from, and from other people up here.”
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